Starfield is a space role-playing game by the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
You can create any character and go on a journey to answer humanity’s greatest mystery.
Customize your character’s appearance, decide their background, and select their traits.
Join Constellation, the last group of space explorers finding artifacts throughout the galaxy.
Explore more than one thousand planets, navigate cities, and traverse wild landcapes.
You can also pilot and command the ship of your dreams, personalize the look of it, and more.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to fix Starfield blurry, bright, foggy, or washed out (for HDR/non-HDR Panels and OLEDs).
How to Fix Starfield Blurry, Bright, or Foggy
To fix Starfield Blurry, Bright, or Foggy, you need to activate the Nvidia Game Filter and modify the settings.
You can also disable motion blur in your settings to prevent blurry visuals.
Here’s how to do this:
- Activate Nvidia Game Filter: Launch Starfield, press ALT + F3, select “Details”, and modify to these settings—Sharpen: 50%, Clarity: 100%, HDR Toning: -100%, Bloom: 0%, and press “Done”.
- Disable motion blur: Launch Starfield, press “Esc”, scroll to “Display”, and disable “Motion Blur”.
Source: a Sweaty Guy (on Steam)
You can also try disabling Film Grain in your settings to solve graphic issues.
This will help a non-HDR screen or windows HDR enabled screen.